Phoenix Fighters Episode Guide

She's A Diamond
The Ties That Bind
Malik Must Die
Scarlet Letter
Summer Lovin'
One Fine Day
Call of the Wild
Be Your Own Windkeeper
The Collector's Edition
What I Did For Love
Twisted Every Way
Chain of Command
The Botan Boys
Til Death Do Us Part
The Great Rescue Part One
The Great Rescue Part Two
Broken Lines
The Dust of Life
The Persephone Game
Monkey Business
The Calatia Affair
Chain of Command

Tension fills the House following the events involving Philip Dragmire.  To ease the feeling, the Fanel siblings organize a card game with Tranns and Lucien.  When Adriana shows up to join in however, everyone is stunned to see her scantly dressed and behaving in a skanky manner.  As her behavior continues, she finally angers Tranns to the point of putting an abrupt end to the game.
The next day, she approaches Aden and he too notes her behavior.  Quickly, he deduces that she is troubled, dealing with her near death experience and new mortality and begins to help her come to terms with what Philip nearly did to her.  Meanwhile, Ariadne is experiecing a similar pain, over the darkness she allowed herself to reveal during her adventure in Sybok.  No one is able to help her however, because she must keep her charade a secret from Philip, in case Dragmire ever returns.
A volatile combination ignites when both Adriana and Ariadne meet up in the basement.  Tensions rise as Ariadne tries to goad Adriana into talking about her feelings and though Sito tries his best to diffuse the situation, it quickly explodes into an all out shouting match as Ariadne and Adriana let their pent up feelings for each other come to the surface.  Ariadne screams at Adriana for treating her coldly.  Adriana retorts, complaining about the attention Philip gives Airy and how her looks define what she represents.  Angry and at the breaking point, Ariadne shatters a window and cuts her face, running out of the room.  Adriana is so disgusted that she quits her position as leader of the Phoenix Fighters.
The next morning, Tranns comes to speak with Adriana who has a black eye from Philip.  Though their conversation starts out friendly enough, Tranns soon gets on Adriana's nerves and Adriana sents her away with angry reproaches, refusing to claim back command of the House and citing reasons why she's an irresponsible leader, including the fact that she's grown addicted to pick-me-up pills.  Tranns leaves in a huff and informs Philip that he's been put back in charge and then goes to the basement, taking out her anger first on the punching bag, and then on Lucien.  Lucien calms her down eventually and reminds her that she is Adriana's only hope.
Tranns takes matters into her own hands, employing a bit of tough love by first removing all of Adriana's possessions from her room and then confronting her about the addiction.  Adriana openly admits she's terrified and begins to go into withdrawal.  Tranns relaxes a bit and begins to comfort Adriana instead.  Together, the two women talk through their troubles.  Discussing the problems of competition, soulmates, and dependency, they both come to realize that they belong where they are and Adriana decides to resume her place as the leader of the House.  Everyone is grateful to be out from under Philip's rule.